Cartoone (album)

Cartoone is the 1969 eponymous debut album by British rock band Cartoone. The album was recorded between August and September 1968, at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, and released by Atlantic Records in February 1969 in the United States. The album is notable for featuring Jimmy Page on guitar whilst in the process of forming Led Zeppelin.

Cartoone front cover

Track list

          Side one

  1. 'Knick Knack Man' (Derek Creigan) - 3.50
  2. 'Withering Wood' (Derek Creigan) - 2.24
  3. 'The Sadness of Toby Jugg' (Derek Creigan) - 2.39
  4. 'A Penny for the Sun' (Derek Creigan) - 3.06
  5. 'I'll Stay' (Mike Allison) - 2.07
  6. 'Girl of Yesterday' (Derek Creigan) - 3.10

          Side two

  1. 'I Can't Walk Back' (Derek Creigan) - 2.52
  2. 'Let Me Reassure You' (Derek Creigan) - 2.20
  3. 'Mr. Poor Man' (Derek Creigan) - 3.43
  4. 'Ice Cream Dreams' (Derek Creigan) - 2:47
  5. 'Doing What Mamma Said' (Derek Creigan) - 2.39
  6. 'See Me' (Derek Creigan) - 2.05

Credits

Musicians:

  • Derek Creigan - bass guitar, lead vocals
  • Mike Allison - lead guitar
  • Mo Trowers - rhythm guitar
  • Charlie (Chick E.) Coffils - drums
  • Jimmy Page - guitar
  • John Cameron - orchestral arrangements

Production:

  • Mark London - producer
  • Brian Humphries - engineer
  • Dave Siddle - engineer
  • Eddie Offord - engineer

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